This street dining outlet opened with much hype for being the the first concept offered in Davao. Following remained strong but be warned to get there early (it opens at 5pm daily) as menu items run out fast particularly if you plan to dine past 10pm (despite operating hours til 1130pm during weekdays and til 1am on weekends). Had the Kaizen Curry Ramen (P195) which has minced chicken, vegetables in rich curry-flavored broth. The taste was very good and flavorful. Perfect balance of the spiciness of the curry and togarashi and the light tastes of the vegetables coatinf the spring-y texture of the noodles. Portion size is ok for midnight snack but a bit small for dinner. The other 2 ramen (seafood and chasu) offerings have regular and big portions as option. Also ordered Tuna Tartare (P120) as side dish and got disappointed on the serving size which was tuna flakes (at first I thought it was canned tuna but had bite into chewy tuna chunk so it seemed to be a mix) clumped on top of 3 pieces fried wonton wrappers. Also had Kaizen Roll (P189 tuna, cream cheese and cucumber) which tasted ok but could be much better with chunkier filling. Other sushi rolls are available with controversial names as well as rice toppings. Also tried the assorted Kushikatsu (P39 per piece and could be better if served with lemon slice on the side as the fried taste and the sweet sauce can be too much on the 2nd stick) and Yakitori (P29-P45 the chicken wings can be a challenge to handle) items. If you are coming here hungry, go for the ramen, rice toppings and rolls. Stick to basic items to get value for money. Or if you are adventurous, do ask about the portion size from the server so as not to get disappointed.
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